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Biodela Wood pellets Wood pellets LT

Quality: DIN Plus (7A186) and FSC® (C117021) certified
Diameter: Ø 6 mm
Package: 15 kg bags, or 1 000 kg BB
Color: yellow to brown
Made mostly of coniferous trees sawdust
Biodela™ branded or Blank (no name) bags




Biodela RUF Briquettes RUF briquettes LT
Quality: conformity to DIN 51731
RUF type
Size: 15x9x6 cm
Package: 10 kg bags
Made from leafy hardwood trees
Client’s Inlays/ Etiquettes available




Biodela Firewood Firewood LT
Timber: Ash (Fraxinus), Oak (Quercus), Birch (Betula),
Alder (Alnus), Mixed
Log length: 25, 28, 30, 33, 45 cm
Log diameter: Ø 8 – 15 cm
Package in boxes: 1m³, 1,8m³, 2m³
Package in bags: 22, 30, 40 liter
Fire starters available: bags 9,5 or 30 Liter
Humidity: fresh-cut (natural), Air-dried (seasoned),
Kiln-dried (under 25% or less)



Biodela Straw pellets Straw pellets LT
Quality: 100% straw
Diameter: Ø 8 mm
Package: 20 kg bags or 1000/1100 kg big bags
Humidity: 11-13 %
Color: green to brown
Type of crop: wheat, rape
Purpose of usage: Animal bedding



Biodela Granulate Straw Granulate LT
Quality: made from smashed straw pellets
Packing: 14 kg bags or 910 kg big bags
Purpose: bedding for rabbits, hamsters, chicken and other small animals




Contact us: info@biodela.lt

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Europe is continent of diverse climate and natural Flora zones. Spanning from mild warm Mediterranean basin to the polar circle, natural area of vegetation, especially forests, is not spread evenly. In the table shown, countries are listed in regard of forest area versus total area. Most forest-wealth is Sweden and Finland, the least of: islands like Malta, the United Kingdom and also coastal region of the Netherlands. In regards to forest economy, Baltic States are significant player. Although Sweden and Finland have two times more of forest area, the traditionally these developed economies focuses primarily on Paper, Construction Timber and Furniture production. The Baltic States – Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are increasingly exporting more of Biofuel production: namely the wood pellets, firewood and the sawdust briquettes as well. Main export destinations are Denmark, Germany, the Benelux and the British Islands.

Country

Inhabitants (mln)

 Forested area (km2)

% of land area

Sweden

9,47

307850

76.00%

Finland

5,39

233320

72.00%

Estonia

1,34

23066

61.00%

Slovenia

2,07

12574

60.00%

Bosnia and Herzegovina

3,84

25599

53,00%

Austria

8,41

39600

47.20%

Russia

142,91

7762602

45.40%

Montenegro

0,62

6252

45.26%

Croatia

4,29

24901

44.00%

Latvia

2,2

28807

44.00%

Liechtenstein

0,3

70

43.75%

Slovakia

5,43

20006

40.80%

Georgia

4,46

27880

40.00%

Macedonia

2,05

10285

40.00%

Belarus

9,46

80134

38.60%

Greece

10,78

68732

38,43%

France

65,82

246640

36,76%

Portugal

10,55

32400

36.50%

Albania

3,19

10349

36.00%

Italy

60,7

106736

35.00%

Andorra

0,085

160

34.19%

Czech Republic

10,54

26000

34.00%

Luxembourg

0,511

870

33.64%

Lithuania

3,2

21223

33.00%

Bulgaria

7,36

36250

32.69%

Spain

46,16

283007

32.00%

Germany

81,72

113176

31.70%

Switzerland

8,03

12425

30.80%

Norway

5,25

93870

28.99%

Poland

38,09

90000

28.80%

Turkey

76,66

216781

27.60%

Romania

21,43

63700

26.72%

Serbia

7,12

20868

23.63%

Belgium

10,83

6607

21.64%

Hungary

9,98

18513

19.90%

Cyprus

0,800

1740

18.81%

Ukraine

45,66

105000

17.00%

Denmark

5,57

5171

12.00%

United Kingdom

64,1

28650

11.76%

Ireland

4,58

7390

10.85%

Moldova

3,56

3290

09.72%

The Netherlands

16,71

3650

08.79%

San Marino

0,03

1

01.64%

Iceland

0,318

1030

01.00%

Malta

0,417

3

00.95%



Important factor of forest economy is the actual forest composition and timber species. Generally, for the wood briquette production, all species are well fit for sawdust. Mainly, the sawdust is derived as timber production remains, therefore usually a mixed, whichever more available in given moment, is preferred. For the firewood production, coniferous trees like Pine or Fir are not an option, because of low density and heat value. However, for the wood pellet production, the Pine or Fir are most commonly used because of their vast availability and also well color range. Lithuania is rich on both: leafy hardwood (40%) and coniferous tree (60%) species. Lithuania’s forest composition in recent numbers is about one third of forest is Pines; one fifth is Fir, another one fifth is Birch. 7% is dark Alder and 4 % are most valued leafy hardwood Oak and Ash trees.